Cases for Sony T Series Coming Soon
When a new handheld comes out, it usually takes a while before a good collection of accessories is available and Sony's T series is no exception. Several cases will be released in the next few weeks.
InnoPocket is currently working on a hardcase for the T615C that it plans to release next month. It's an aluminium case that opens to the side that has slots to allow access to the Memory Stick slot, IR port, and Jog Dial. It will be available on March 15 for $30.
A company spokesperson was willing to confirm that a picture of this hardcase that has appeared on several websites this week is real, though it is of the prototype. The final version may or may not look like this.
DS International has announced that it will release a Pocket Armor aluminum hardcase on April 20 that is designed to work with both the T615C and T415. It will cost $34.
The cover opens to the right, rather than to the left as on most cases. This leaves room on the left for openings in the case for the Jog Dial and Back button. It will come in black, silver, or titanium colors. The company is taking preorders now.
E&B Company is planning to release the Slipper T615, a leather case that fits both T-series models.
This opens upwards and allows the user to HotSync the handheld in the cradle without having to remove the case. It will be available in blue or black for $37 or $40 with a belt clip.
E&B is taking preorders and expects to have them in stock soon.
When asked after the release of the T615C, a spokesperson for Vaja Cases said it was planning to release a case for the T615C somewhere around the end of February. RhinoSkin is also in the process of developing both aluminium and leather cases for the T series.
Sony offers a case that fits both the T615C and T415 already.
Of course, just about any one-size-fits-all case will do fine for either model, like the SmarterCase. Naturally, this is only for those who don't mind a bit of extra bulk.
Thanks to Ravi and Nicos for the tips. -Ed
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